This campground is located in Sechelt, on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. To get there, you must take a short ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay to Gibsons (where the Bruno Gerussi TV show “The Beachcombers” was shot). From there, drive about 30 mins north to Sechelt. Porpoise Bay Provincial Park on the Sunshine Coast offers many opportunities for coastal fun and is a favorite family park.
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A second-growth forest, open grassy areas, and sandy beaches characterize this park. The sites are generously spaced out, and there is a sand beach for swimming (though no dogs are allowed on the beach or in the picnic areas). You can enjoy canoeing, cycling, fishing, hiking, and swimming in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park.
Fire pits, drinking water, and picnic areas are available. The washrooms have lots of hot water in the showers. The closest sani-dump is at Roberts Bay Campground, which is slightly inconvenient but worth the effort!
Burnett Falls is a short and easy hike in Sechelt, close to Porpoise Bay Provincial Park. The route from the parking area to the waterfall is easy to follow and has a gradual incline. The waterfall can be reached in about 15 minutes or less, and the trail is suitable for young children. There is also a lookout area directly across Burnett Creek from the waterfall. The viewpoint gives you a close-up and unobstructed view of the beautiful falls.